Valentine’s Snow

The snow that started late Monday night and continued into Valentine’s morning wasn’t our biggest of the season, but it did bring a general 1 to 2″ to much of Central Indiana and made for a beautiful start to Valentine’s Day!

Officially at the Indianapolis International Airport, the storm total was 1.7″ bringing our season total to 9.1″. That’s still 11.2″ below average. The average snow to date is 20.3″ and last year’s total to date was 33.5″!

The highest snow report came from Greencastle in Putnam County with 2.8″. Here’s a list of more totals courtesy of the National Weather Service:

























We’ll have cloudy and cool conditions for the rest of today, but warmer air and rain (maybe even isolated t-storms?) will be moving in.

It looks like scattered showers will develop tomorrow afternoon, an isolated t-storm might be possible with some heavier rain around midnight tomorrow night, and showers may linger into Thursday morning. How much rain? Most areas could pick up around 1/2″ with some spots as high as 3/4″ possible.

After the rain moves out, we should enjoy a nice dry stretch with highs at or slightly above average in the 40s. Here’s your WTHR-TV 7-Day…

Happy Valentine’s Day!